“I read a story recently about a man who when caught claimed that the devil made him do it. Instead of admitting that he was guilty and taking responsibility for his crime, he blames it on an imaginary, fictional character.” “The devil isn’t an imaginary, fictional character. He’s real.” “Says who?” “Says the Bible.” “Men… Read More Imaginary? Illusions?
A couple of years ago, my world as I knew it was turned upside down. I was 17 and at my cousin, Rose’s wedding. At the reception, a relative who had way too much to drink, put his arm around me and said, “I don’t know about the rest of the family but I’m sure… Read More Matt’s Story
He reminded her of the fictional character, Jane Eyre’s cousin, St. John Rivers (“SIN-jun”)—cold, reserved although very handsome with his blond hair, blue eyes and classic features. He would make a rather nice marble statue in a Greek museum. She wondered if he were capable of feeling or expressing any passion. At the moment, the… Read More Made of Marble?